The transmission fluid is often the most expensive part of your car.
Even if you can find the right one, the process can be frustrating.
Luckily, a few simple things can make your transmission fluid last longer.
First, make sure your transmission is in good condition, with no leaks, and the transmission fluid can be reused.
Then, check the air intake to see if there are any leaks.
If you can’t see anything, replace it.
Next, use the right air filter to help filter out the air that collects in the transmission.
A properly maintained air filter is key to a good transmission fluid.
Check to see that you have the right filters and adjust the filters according to your transmission.
Then use a transmission fluid cleaner to clean the transmission, air filter, and intake.
Cleaning your transmission can be time consuming, so it’s best to have someone help you with the job.
Make sure to clean and inspect the transmission and air filter before starting the process.
Finally, check to see whether the transmission is leaking before beginning the job of replacing it.